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Lightfoot is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero series.
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Lightfoot has taken his specialization in explosives to levels unheard of, such as memorizing every manual on explosives, calculations in applying the most effective structural damage, and disarming just about every bomb and anti-personnel booby traps. His skill set is so overwhelming that he is the first person approached for consultation in identifying explosives that no one else is able to identify. His knowledge extends beyond explosives used by the US military and ventures into those used by foreign forces and other non-military applications. The only detriment is that he takes so much time in doing his job that it takes him twice as long to clear an area of tripwires and traps.

It may take a while for him to isolate and identify the very detonator which would give a clue to the perpetrators of a terrorist attack. However, his teammates rest easy that when they have him, they don't have to expect any nasty surprises.


A Real American Hero comics continuity

Marvel Comics continuity

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Devil's Due Comics continuity

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Generation 1
Lightfoot A Real American Hero (1988)

Lightfoot was sold as part of the 1988 series of A Real American Hero's carded action figures.

Appearance: brown hair; yellow shirt with black vest, armbands, and gloves; green stripe on top of vest; yellow pants with black belt, boots, and horizontal stripes on outside legs

Accessories: blue helmet with two antenna on rear and red eyepieces; bright green backpack with red hollow sticker; orange tread robot with white holo-sticker; bright green two-handled, cross-shaped remote control; flat, bright green segmented cable. page/Filecard

Night Force Lightfoot Night Force (1989)

A second version of Lightfoot action figure was produced specifically for the Toys "Я" Us-exclusive Night Force line, packaged with Shockwave.

Appearance: brown hair; brown shirt with black vest, armbands, and gloves; blue stripe on top of vest; brown pants with black belt and boots

Accessories: same as the 1988 version, all in black. page/Filecard


  • Working names included Hotfoot, Nitro and Chain-Fire.

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